(urth) Abaia & co.
Daniel D Jones
ddjones at riddlemaster.org
Fri May 19 16:20:09 PDT 2006
On Friday 19 May 2006 20:35, Matthew King wrote:
> On May 19, 2006, at 3:24 PM, Daniel D Jones wrote:
> >> Regarding mating with Abaia, I think also in that dream, the undines
> >> proclaim that they are daughter-brides waiting until they have
> >> grown big
> >> enough to mate with him.
> > Perhaps the approach is something like this:
> > "Disrobed, I will love it as if it were a dwarfish man. I will
> > draw staring
> > eyes and a smiling mouth. I will anoint it with sweet oils, cozen
> > and kiss
> > it, beg its love.... Erupting it will bathe me in semen, and I will
> > praise
> > and kiss the more, saying how happy it has made me and begging it
> > not to go."
> For those who don't immediately recognize the source, the quote is
> from the Wizard Knight. That's even scarier out of context than it
> was in.
Scary? Probably not the adjective I would have chosen but it certainly
demonstrates that Wolfe doesn't necessarily consider gross discrepancies in
size to be a barrier to mating.
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